Eurobeat songs that you can sing fully (and love to do it)

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Eurobeat songs that you can sing fully (and love to do it)

Post by WNight » 16 Aug 2015, 12:58

As above, what are some eurobeat tracks that you both love to sing along to and also know how to sing it's lyrics completely and at the back of your fingertips, it can be more than one (it most probably will for most of you).

Personally, I have

Take Me Back To Tokyo / Mega NRG Man
Kiss Me Before Midnight / Matt Land
Watch Out / Dave Rodgers
Fevernova / Dave Rodgers feat Kiko Loureiro
Stormbringer / David Dima
In The Line Of Fire / Matt Land
Overload / Matt Land
Guardian Angels / Oceania
With A Little Bit Of True Love / David Dima
Spirit Of The Night / David Dima

so ingrained at the back of my head that I am sure I can enter a contest and not forget a single lyric to the above tracks. I also recently got Spider Queen / J.Stark "learned" but not totally intuitive yet.

What's yours?
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Post by Rain197 » 16 Aug 2015, 15:48

Dr. Love - Eurobeat
Dejo & Bon - Wheelpower & Go
(Didn't have to learn it, it's entered in my head)
Mega NRG Man - In the Flame of Fire (Actually learning it)

I'll try to learn
Leo River - Far From the Light
Powerful T. - Black Shadow (No lyrics available)
Ken Martin - Fire in the Night


As a non-english it's hard :evil:
It's a good way to improve our english

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Post by drnrg » 16 Aug 2015, 23:19

I pretty much channel Gino Caria for any of his 1000s of songs on TIME,Delta, Vibration, Delta, Asia ect..

At my most croonful are
" Let It Go"
"Go Go Rock Me"
"Atomic Playboy"
"High Energy"
"Lover Boy"
"Give Me A Little Chance"
"Laser Game"
"Diablo Man"
In The Jungle"
Big Samurai"


other artists include,and sing in that tone closest tone to original.
Cy-Ro- I Want Your Fire
Vanessa _ Eternity
Stephy Martini - Emotions
Ana - Bye Bye Love
Marc B. - Won't You Be Lover Tonight
Paul Rogers - Wanna Be My Lover
Maria Valentina - Be My Lover
Luna - Crash In My Heart
Joe D. Toaster - Beautiful
Robert Stone - Welcome To The Jungle
King Kobra - Sledge Hammer
Silver - What's Your Intention
De Niro - Out Of Control
Mike Hammer - Heart Breaker
Queen of TIMEs - Love Love

BTW, I can sing them word for word, but just can't write down the lyrics. Its weird.

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Post by Darkholme » 17 Aug 2015, 08:28

Oh my god, way too many to even count, but the ones that are most fun to sing are the female-led Delta classics. Anything by Moroni, Righetto or Gubinelli (I think she did Don't Let Me Down?)

Anything by Maurizio, like Just For Tonight and Help Me to Say Goodbye. Dave Rodgers is lots of fun to emulate for obvious reasons.

Then there's the majority of Time and A-Beat C stuff from SEB 1-30, I learned then, forgot them, then learned them again :D
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Post by KoolKool » 17 Aug 2015, 11:04

i favourite alots........help me train english speaking,someday i can talk english with italian accent...awesome!:grin:

and for TEB....you may sing blindly like na ni no ka ra ta sa ke la ta....bla bla without understand a single japanese word..lol! (guess only weeaboo does) =))
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Post by M2-EB » 17 Aug 2015, 12:27

KoolKool wrote:i can talk english with italian accent...awesome!:grin:
same here
and that's pretty problematic i guess, send help D:
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Post by Vinylyarou » 17 Aug 2015, 16:39

Wankel wrote:As a non-english it's hard :evil:
It's a good way to improve our english
Yes indeed, music helps to learn any kind of language, if used the right way (As a future teacher of English, theory supports me.)

My choices are almost every Davide Budriesi song and some Clara songs. Some old eurobeat by Bonini makes me sing too (You Got Me Going Crazy, Come On (Baby), Say You Love Me, aaaaaaaaww yeah)

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Songs that I know by heart:

Stop Limit Line - Say You Love Me
Cherry - Set Me Free
Paul Harris - Bang Bang
Eurofunk - Running Ninja
Candy Taylor - Make A Move
Vanessa - High High
Queen 26 - Inside Your Heart
Princess F. - Shadows In The Night
Lolita - Goin' On
Denise - Burning Like A Flame
Doki Doki - Too Young To Die
Denise - You Belong To Me
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Post by Lebon14 » 18 Aug 2015, 01:35

The only song I can say I can (somewhat) since the song (and like to), well I'm going to make some people facepalm, is...

Night Of Fire.

Waiting for the facepalms.
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Post by M2-EB » 18 Aug 2015, 22:33

I know many parts of many songs, but i never cared to learn all the lyrics, I guess? Not completely.

Can say it's indeed a challenge since italian eurobeat and heavy accent usually go around together and it make things a little difficult (non-native speaker here too), but it's a fun challenge. I also listen japanese eurobeat a lot so… doubles the fun hahahaha
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Post by UFOPOLI » 19 Aug 2015, 10:07

This is a very good question. It would require proper testing to find the definitive answer. The lyrics I know best are probably the most glorious eurobeat lyrics ever written, aka Fantasy <3 Another one I'm confident about is You Are My Happiness because it's our song with my boyfriend.

Closely related to the topic, one thing that everybody who travels to Japan must try is eurobeat karaoke. I don't know if every place has it but at least the ones I've been to had quite a few songs, mostly from the 100–120's.
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Post by JingleJungleBoy » 19 Aug 2015, 12:49

Hey Chicken / Jeff Driller :evil:

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Post by drnrg » 20 Aug 2015, 05:27

I forgot Lou Grant - SEX HEROS

I know that one so well; I can sign language to it :D

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Post by SuperEuroJimmy » 20 Aug 2015, 07:39

You know the parapara routine, drnrg?

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Post by drnrg » 21 Aug 2015, 04:45

MKwiakaku wrote:You know the parapara routine, drnrg?
That's not exactly what I meant, but I could probobly come up with one; since that para para dancing very strongly remesmbles the Hi-NRG dance moves of Mexico in the late 80s.

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Post by Bonkers » 25 Aug 2015, 05:01

Les & Megan-Beat Around!

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